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Recruiting Automation Roundup, Blog Edition

To keep up with industry news, we often turns to major publications and media outlets. However some of the most actionable advice and most interesting insights can be found in the blogosphere. Today we’re highlighting great pieces from some of our favorite HR and recruiting blogs.

The RASY Award Winners Are...

Welcome to the  age of recruiting automation, one in which machines and humans work together to produce higher quality work, at scale. While some recruiting departments are just familiarizing themselves with this new trend, other companies have embraced automation to vastly improve hiring. At the inaugural Recruiting Automation Summit this June, Entelo awarded the following organizations with the RASY Awards, highlighting their achievements in revolutionizing hiring.

Here are the winners of this year’s RASY Awards:

4 Ways Recruiting Automation Reduces Time to Hire

Automation is the key to making modern businesses more efficient and cost-effective. Having the right automation in place can free up time for people within the business to focus on other tasks while ensuring that nothing is missed in the daily operations. Marketing and sales organizations already leverage automation tools to work more efficiently and scale their efforts. Now, recruiting teams are getting in on the trend. One of the largest impacts recruiting automation can drive is the time it takes a company to close a hire.

Here are five ways recruiting automation improves the recruiting process and reduces time to hire.

Recruiting Automation Roundup

The headlines this week are filled with insight into the various ways AI is working to represent underrepresented groups. AI as part of the recruiting process has the potential to mitigate unconscious bias and move diversity initiatives in the right direction. Learn more in this week’s roundup:

Encouraging Diversity and Inclusion with New Unbiased Sourcing Mode

The human brain is built for bias. To efficiently process a large amount of information quickly, the brain creates categories and ties personal associations and perceptions to those categories. This process happens subconsciously and usually without malintent.  

Left unchecked, unconscious bias can have negative implications when it comes to the way companies hire. Even with the best intentions and the most experienced recruiters, unconscious bias can creep into the sourcing process, resulting in certain candidates gaining an advantage in the hiring process for the wrong reasons and thwarting opportunities for other candidates that may be the right fit for the job.

Entelo Named to 2018 JMP Hot 100

Entelo was just named one of the 2018 Hot 100 best privately held software companies by JMP Securities, a San Francisco-based investment firm.